Brandon Johnson

Brandon Johnson

Jessica Wright

Greenergy Founder
  • Sandy commenced with SouthEast in May 2023 and has quickly settled into her role as Tenancy Officer and Executive Assistance to the CEO.
  • She has many years of experience in business and property management having managed and operated her own lighting business before moving into real estate property management.
  • More recently she has worked in several social and community-centred organisations including health, aged care and the not-for-profit sector.  In the later she oversaw a program to connect children, parents, and families.
Sandy brings her experience across these industries to SouthEast and her role as Tenancy Officer/EA along with her social-minded approach and her customer service focus.
  • Malina has been a member of SouthEast and the former Eastern Suburbs Rental Housing Co-operative (ESRHC) for 16 years.
  • Malina was Director on the ESRHC Board for 3 years and was Member of the ESRHC Maintenance, Tenant Selection and Events Committees for 13 years.
  • Her professional qualifications include: Certificate 3 and 4 in Management and Business and a Certificate 2 in Retail, and she has completed training courses in MYOB, Governance Finance and Maintenance.
  • Malina is the current Team Manager of Hockey Australia and the Victorian State Junior Team.
  • Joined the Board as Member Director in November 2018.
  • Cooperative member since 2012.
  • Diploma of Community Services.
  • Currently employed in Operations, in the finance and mercantile sector.

Rochelle is a wonderful addition to the SouthEast family and brings energy, enthusiasm, passion, and knowledge to every activity.

  • Joined SouthEast in January 2022
  • Twenty-two years working in the Community Housing sector as a former CEO of Eastern Suburbs Rental Housing Co-operative.
  • Management roles have included financial management, compliance, Board support, tenancy and asset management and member selection, liaison and development.
  • Previous employment – 10 years in Public Service at Corporate Affairs. Various roles including accounts, IT project management and administration.
  • Studied Social Science at Bendigo College of Advanced Education.

Non-Member Director and Board Chairperson and Chairperson of the Governance Committee.

Steven worked for, First Option Credit Union, a $160M credit union with 10,000 members across Australia and his role was a Business Development Manager.

Steven has spent thirty-five years working for industry based credit unions and has held Director roles including Kyneton Community Cooperative from 1983 to 1987, and Director/Chairman Reservoir Fawkner Credit Cooperative from 1990 to 1997.

Industry Training: Director training via the Australian Institute Credit

Union Directors. Qualifications: Diploma in Marketing: Hawthorn Institute of Technology, 1990.

Accomplished, results-oriented IT and Project Management Office (PMO) professional with over 19 years of development and leadership experience, Ankur brings superior team building and management experience to SouthEast with a focus on process improvement to enhance Operations and Service Delivery. He has. proven track record of designing, developing, and implementing Infrastructure and Digital Transformation solutions.

Ankur is a highly motivated and influential Project Delivery Lead, providing effective leadership in fast-paced, deadline driven environments.

He possesses the ability of surpassing goals and expectations for quality, scheduling and budgets while implementing leading-edge IT solutions.

  • Experienced Project Management Office (PMO) and IT leader with demonstrated management experience in delivering key business outcomes.
  • Skilled in Project Management Portfolio, IT Strategy, IT Service Management, Governance, Reporting, Budget, and Stakeholder Management. Strong IT and PMO professional with a Master of Business Management focused on Operations and Service Delivery.
  • BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management, Australian Education & Learning Institute (2017)
  • Prince2 (Foundation), New Horizons Learning Centres (2015)
  • Master of Business Management, Monash University (2011 -2013).
  • Bachelor of Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University (1999 – 2003)

Out-of-the-box thinker who thrives in collaborative environments, working across business and technical teams to identify efficiencies and reduce costs through continuous improvements and strategic thinking.

I have had careers in the Travel Industry, TV production, Real Estate, Recruitment and in recent years, up until COVID, I facilitated educational programs as a Trainer and Assessor.

I have volunteered in various positions in my original Oakleigh Rental Housing Co-Op in the 1990’s and also after our merger into South East Housing Cooperative.

Being a SEHC tenant for 25 years and having secure, affordable housing provided me with the opportunity to study a Bachelor of Adult Learning and Development ( B.A.L.D.! ) at Monash University in 2002. Having left school in Scotland at 15, this was a dream come true.

The Co-operative model of social housing has enormous generational value and SEHC’s professionalism places us well for potential future growth, and it is an honour to recently have been elected as a Director on the SEHC Board.

  • Non-Member Director and Convenor of the Risk, Audit and Finance Committee.
  • MBA, BBus BA, FCPA
  • Over twenty years’ experience in senior commercial management roles including CFO, GM Finance, and planning roles through a range of companies covering transport and logistics, tourism, government privatisations and pharmaceuticals.
  • Currently owner and manager of two companies, both in the service sector.

Member Director and Member of the Risk, Audit and Finance Committee.

While being a mother to three sons, I was an active member of the Moorabbin Housing Cooperative from 1988 and moved into my current home in 1989. Over the years prior to the Moorabbin Coop merging with SouthEast Housing Cooperative I was an active member attending fortnightly meetings having at different times served on the Maintenance, Finance and Participation (attendance) committees.

In 2000, I gained full time employment with the Australian Taxation Office and then with the Department of Health and Human Services. Having been involved in decision making with the Moorabbin Cooperative, and as a Commonwealth employee for 17 years, I have had extensive experience in understanding and complying with varying legislation, policies and procedures.


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